June 8, 2015 Subject:
at 1:46 in Space, it seems that Cartman from South Park is calling for Wendy a couple of times. Not sure how that is possible considering the chronology.
Show is good for '91 by the way, and this seemed to me to be the better of the full show audience recordings.
June 20, 2013 Subject:
This show was great.
Bruce was definitely starting to become a very dominant force. In 92 when Bruce left for good, it seemed like there was this huge hole because Jerry was a few paces slower and Vince couldn't really lay it out there like Bruce could. I remember the post drums sequence being really good but my girlfriend was blowing me off this night so I felt like an emotional outsider and that didn't help make the show very enjoyable. This sounds like Keith Weiner's audience DAT, too.
June 2, 2011 Subject:
VG show but....
Hornsby is an excellent player, a great addition to the team, and there are many shows from this period where everything lines up just right. But he is wise enough to assess after the fact and, I think, listening back to this one (and a few others like it) he'd probably be the first to say 'oops', that he was overrunning the music a bit on this show, especially set one.
He's very aggressive, non-stop, and fills the spaces normally left for well-established riffs and in most cases is wiping out Garcia, rendering mute the riffs and melody lines that we all know and love and forcing Weir to have to state his case loudly if Weir's comping is to be heard at all. And in some cases Hornsby simply doesn't know the tunes well enough to be so bold.
Though all with good intentions (and approval by a bit too deferential Garcia) there's a bit too much athleticism and not enough 'team' attitude.
Set 2 evens out a bit, but set 1 especially could use more willingness from Hornsby to be another gear on the machine and not just 'the man'.....
March 5, 2011 Subject:
One of the coolest things I saw at a show was how this went down. The sun was setting during Music and somehow the band dragged the ending out until the last edge of the sun ticked down below the horizon on the last note. Very cool trick boys.